McCaughey Bibliography on American Higher Learning


“The Usable Past: The Harvard College Rebellion of 1834,” William and Mary Law
Review, Vol. 11 (Spring 1970), 587 – 610.

Josiah Quincy, 1772-1864: The Last Federalist (Harvard University Press, 1974)

A Statistical Profile of the Barnard Faculty, 1900-1974 (Barnard College, 1974)

“The Transformation of American Academic Life: Harvard University, 1821 – 1892,”
Perspectives in American History, Vol.   (1975)

International Studies and Academic Enterprise: A Chapter in the Enclosure of American Higher Learning (Columbia University Press, 1984)

[With  John A. Garraty] The American Nation: A History, 6th edition
(Harper & Row, 1986)

Scholars & Teachers: The Scholarly Lives of Faculty of Select Liberal Arts Colleges (Mellon Foundation, 1994)

Stand, Columbia: A History of Columbia University in the City of New York, 1754-2004
(Columbia University Press, 2003)

A Lever Long Enough: A History of Columbia’s School of Engineering and Applied Science
Since 1864  (Columbia University Press, forthcoming 2014)

Short biographies of “Frederick A. P. Barnard,” “Nicholas Murray Butler,” “Virginia Gildersleeve” and “Annie Nathan Meyer” in the Dictionary of American Biography and the American National Biography

Leave a Reply